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View definitions for redirect

redirect

verb as in divert

verb as in sidetrack

verb as in sublimate

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Sometimes the link led to a redirect to a real privacy policy, but most of the time it didn’t.

From Vox

The brand says that it “helps redirect impact forces away from the brain” and offers “an added measure of protection in certain impacts.”

Comparing this sort of data could convince marketers to redirect media dollars from iOS devices to Android because that’s where the sales would appear to be.

From Digiday

These resellers are certainly taking advantage of the situation and redirecting console stock from players who would otherwise be able to get the systems at the manufacturer's suggested retail price.

As you can see in the screenshot below, Instagram users can swipe to get redirected to their blog.

Then, without berating yourself, redirect your attention back to your practice.

For a lot of Republicans, the likely coming failure of this effort will redirect them to the next presidential election.

Moreover, the Ryan plan, which Romney endorses, would cut at least that amount but redirect the savings to reducing the deficit.

I marvel at her masterful manipulation of the media, and her ability to redirect the national debate with merely a tweet.

We would redirect our focus towards honoring her life and never forgetting the joy she brought to our family.

The redirect examination went over the same ground, and Badger placed a Mr. Lovejoy on the stand.

The redirect by Badger brought out nothing new for the government's case.

It operates not to perpetuate the forces which produced it but to modify and redirect them.

Part of the process in readjustment in any disordered life is to centralize the dispersed purposes, to redirect the life energies.

Their sole office is to redirect the steam which has passed through the upper buckets into the lower ones at the proper angle.

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On this page you'll find 112 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to redirect, such as: alter, deflect, switch, avert, change, and modify.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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